Stray Kids will be making an appearance on one of Japan's longest-running music shows for a special performance!
Keep on reading to know more.
Stray Kids to Perform on 35th Anniversary Special of TV Asahi 'Music Station'
According to TV Asahi's "Music Station" social media account, JYP Entertainment's rising boy group, Stray Kids, will be appearing on the long-running Japanese music show this coming October 15!
Their appearance will be special as the October 15 broadcast will commemorate the 35th anniversary of "Music Station," which has been airing since October 1986.
The eight-member group is set to perform the Japanese version of "Thunderous," which is one of the two title tracks of their upcoming second Japanese single album, "Scars/Thunderous," that will officially be released on October 13.
They will be showing off their unique charms to Japanese viewers through their powerful performances and strong singing skills. "Thunderous" is the title track of the group's second regular album, "NOEASY," which was released back in August.
In addition, back on October 4, Stray Kids premiered the song's Japanese version on TBS's "CDTV LIVE! LIVE!" for the first time. They will also be premiering their original Japanese song and second title track, "Scars," on the popular NHK show, "Numa ni Hamatte Kiite Mita," on October 12.
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On October 15, Stray Kids will also be having another performance on NTV's music show "Music Blood," with the show being hosted by Japanese actors Yudai Chiba and Kei Tanaka.
Stray Kids' Recent Successes with 'Scars' and 'NOEASY'
Meanwhile, Stray Kids shows amazing growth with their title track "Scars," as it performs well on various international music charts.
In fact, "Scars," which was pre-released on October 6, had topped iTunes Top Songs chart in at least 32 different regions and countries around the world, including Brazil and Singapore, in just three days following the song's release.
The song also took the No. 1 spot on iTunes Top K-Pop Songs in the United States and topped Japan's Line Music's Daily Top 100 Song chart for three consecutive days as well.
Their second full-length album, "NOEASY," also showed global success, with the album accumulating more than one million album copies sold based on Gaon, earning Stray Kids their first million certification and topping Gaon's Retail Album chart.
With that, Stray Kids set a record of becoming the first JYP Entertainment artist to surpass a million album sales, in addition to receiving the title of "Million Seller" artist just three years after their debut.
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Written by Robyn Joan